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FOX News
Sep 25, 2010 10:00pm EDT
and grooming teachers are one of the most important things we do and we have a cultural kind of prestige deficit in america and we don't truly value our teachers. if we are going to say our children are our future we need to put the most talented person in the classroom to teach them kimberly seems to make sense. the film has received a tremendous amount of critical acclaim and praise but not without its detractors as well. some people feel you are placing the blame squarely in the lap of the unions and isolateing that as the problems. how do you respond? >> we made a commitment when we started the project we would call out all of the obstacles and all of the adults that were not putting kids' interests firsts. there is a lot of them in the movie and one is the teachers' unions insofar as to question some things like protecting bad teachers or maybe how you get tenure or the fact that really amazing teachers that are teaching students and doing amazing things are not getting rewarded. i think to question the things is healthy. it doesn't mean you are against unions. i have been in a unio
FOX News
Sep 19, 2010 1:00am EDT
do to substage their careers. citibank claims that women groom in public, sit demurely and ask permission to too often and offer a limp handshake. it was posted online. the banking giant gave this response. it is not part of a formal human resources communications or any other communications or training program including citi's global programs on women's leadership. joining me gloria allred and her client. thank you both for being here this will evening. gloria, i will begin with you. how do you think this will affect your lawsuit against citibank? >> if there is true and they haven't said that they didn't have any one from hr distribute it, they just said it is not part of a formal communication i would argue it is evidence of sex discrimination. all women are not alike. secondly, it encourages negative stereo types and generalizations about women and criticizes women for playing fair and says that men stretch the rules and are not punished. is citibank stretching the rules where it comes to discrimination? it is just wrong to disseminate this at all and particularly if it was
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